FontAwesomeFX now with Java 9 modules support

I just released FontAwesomeFX 9.0.0 coming with Java 9 modules support!

Font Updates

Icon Font updates
EmojiOne update: 2.2.7 -> 3.1.1 (Font update)
525Icons update: 3.0 -> 4.2  (75 new icons)
MaterialDesignIcons: 1.7.22 -> 2.0.26 (323 new icons)

Coordinates

FontAwesomeFX 9.0.0 is available via Bintray / JCenter .
Source code available at Bitbucket .
Please report issues here .

FontAwesomeFX 9.0.0
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-emojione:3.1.1-9'
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-fontawesome:4.7.0-9'
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-icons525:4.2.0-9'
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-materialdesignfont:2.0.26-9'
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-materialicons:2.2.0-9'
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-octicons:4.3.0-9'
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-weathericons:2.0.10-9'
they are all depending on:
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-commons:9.0.0'
optional:
compile 'de.jensd:fontawesomefx-controls:9.0.0'

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8 thoughts on “FontAwesomeFX now with Java 9 modules support”

  1. GlyphIcons has different methods because all constructors use unicode now.
    There really isn’t a replacement for getChar.
    Use “unicode()” for either of the …ToString() methods.
    Use “fontFamily()” instead of “getFontFamily()”

  2. Hi,
    I was wondering if it will be possible for you to build the jar files as osgi bundles so fontawesome can easily be used in osgi projects like eclipse RCP applications.
    Thanks